US Panel's Choice

Los gatos pardos

AUTHOR: Ginés Sánchez
PUBLISHER: Tusquets
GENRE: Noir
READER’S NAME: Félix Lizárraga
DATE: April 3, 2014

Los inquisidores de Granada

AUTHOR: Gabriel Sanchez Ogáyar
PUBLISHER: Ginger Ape Books & Films, S.L.
GENRE: Historical Fiction
READER’S NAME: Milly C. Lugo-Rios
DATE: March 26, 2014

Prohibido leer a Lewis Carroll

AUTHOR: Diego Arboleda
PUBLISHER: Anaya
GENRE: Children's Fantasy
READER’S NAME: Eduardo de Lamadrid
DATE: April 3, 2014

Musgo

AUTHOR: David Cirici
PUBLISHER: Edebé
GENRE: Fiction
READER’S NAME: Teresa Mlawer
DATE: March 18, 2014

Luces en el canal

AUTHOR: David Fernandez Sifres, Illustrated by David Peña Toribio, alias “El Puño”,
PUBLISHER: Ediciones SM
GENRE: Children Fiction- Bridge/Chapter book
READER’S NAME: Roxana Benavides
DATE: March 25, 2014

Memoria por correspondencia

AUTHOR: Emma Reyes
PUBLISHER: Fundación Arte Vivo Otero Herrera, Laguna Libros
GENRE: Non-fiction: Memoir
READER’S NAME: Milly C. Lugo-Rios
DATE: March 26, 2014

Modotti: una mujer del siglo XX

READER: Adan Griego

Most American mainstream audiences probably encountered the master photographer Tina Modotti (1896-1942) for the first time in the 2002 film Frida, where the two great artists dance and kiss.

Sin Entrañas

READER: Madeline Peña

Sin entrañas by Maruja Torres is a well-written and entertaining whodunit police/detective mystery that keeps readers interested and eager to find out who did it? The main character, journalist-turned-detective Diana Dial, enlists the help of her friend, Inspector Fattush—a Lebanese police detective—to solve the mysterious death of a successful, wealthy and extravagant businessman and amateur Egyptologist during a private cruise on the Nile River.

Maldita física

READER: Teresa Mlawer

Carlos Frabetti was born in Bologna, Italy, and has resided in Spain since he was eight years old. He writes for children and adults and has won several literary awards. In addition to being an author and a scriptwriter, he is a mathematician who loves physics and science.

La luz difícil

READER: Félix Lizárraga

The narrator and protagonist in La luz difícil (The Difficult Light) is David, a Colombian artist who in his old age is losing his eyesight and, unable to paint anymore, is reduced to writing with the help of a magnifying glass. The novel alternates between two main settings: his present everyday life in a peaceful Colombian town, attended by a family of farmers, and a particular day in New York, 18 years in the past, a day when the whole family waited in agony while Jacobo, his elder son, crippled in an accident, sought release in euthanasia from a life fraught with unbearable pain.

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